Nepal Earthquake
Relief Fund


A deadly, 7.8-magnitude earthquake devastated Nepal on Saturday, April 25, killing more than 8,000 people in the worst earthquake there in more than 80 years. Additionally, a 7.3-magnitude earthquake struck a few weeks later causing more deaths and destruction. In all, more than 8 million people have been affected, including some one million children who are in urgent need of help.

Contributions to the Nepal Earthquake Relief Fund will support the rescue, relief and rebuilding efforts of many of Global Impact’s charities responding to the earthquake. Donations to the fund will provide people and communities in need with clean drinking water, food supplies, relief kits, necessary medical attention and safe shelter.

Many Global Impact charities have been on the ground responding, including: 



ChildFund International

Concern Worldwide US Inc.

Convoy of Hope

Direct Relief 

Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières USA

Handicap International

Heifer International

HelpAge USA

Himalayan Cataract Project

International Medical Corps

Lutheran World Relief

Medical Teams International


Mercy Corps


Oxfam America

Plan International USA

Project HOPE

Save the Children

Salvation Army World Services

ShelterBox USA

SOS Children's Villages – USA


UNICEF, The U.S. Fund for


World Vision

Additional charities providing
funding and support 


Update on Global Impact Funded Charities

NOTE: Select charities with a significant response effort and staff on the ground will be the recipients of funds raised. Number of recipients will depend on total funds raised.